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Policy-based Data De-duplication: It Puts You In the Center of the Debate

Now that data de-duplication is a mainstream feature in backup software, vendors are driving de-dupe debates that typically center on architecture and capabilities rather than the real-world needs of companies like yours. Enter policy-based de-dupe, which lets you choose the most applicable de-dupe mode or approach for your needs and environment.

Download this paper from Greg Schulz, a storage veteran, author, industry analyst and founder of StorageIO Group, for useful pointers on how to make target based data de-dupe adapt to your environment rather than the other way around.

Business Benefits of Policy Based Data De-Duplication

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